YOU’RE NOT ALONE
LIFELINE ARE HERE TO LISTEN
Suicide is a significant issue in our community, particularly in these COVID-era times. With so many people impacted on a day-to-day basis that have a lived experience of suicide either as a survivor or someone who is bereaved, we could all use some positivity and hope for the future.
Lifeline work extremely hard to build strong and resilient communities, prevent suicide and help anyone who is experiencing a time of crisis.
Lifeline’s 13 11 14 crisis support line receives a call every 30 seconds
Over 65,000 Australians make a suicide attempt each year.
There are 4,500 Crisis Supporters working with Lifeline
Each year, over 1 million Australians reach out to Lifeline for support.
We’re On A Mission To Raise $300K
Awareness For Suicide Prevention & Mental Health Issues
We were set on supporting a cause that was worthwhile and important to us. We wanted something with meaning for the current world landscape that would also be personal enough to the Coast Around Tasmania team and everyday Ausralians.
Since our trip began to change shape due to things outside of our control such as the pandemic and changes in life circumstances, we found ourselves drawn into mental health awareness campaigns through suicide prevention charities like Lifeline, because they are powerful causes worth standing behind.